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Example of Arabic to English Translation:
رفض محافظ المصرف المركزي الكويتي، الشيخ سالم عبد العزيز الصباح، اعتبار قرار بلاده فك ارتباط عملتها (الدينار)
بالدولار مؤشراً على تخليها عن مشروع الوحدة النقدية لدول الخليج، و اعتبر أن المجال سيبقي مفتوحاً مستقبلاً، بعد توحيد العملة، لتقرير سياسات المصرف المناسبة.
وأرجع الصباح قرار بلاده النقدي، إلى حجم التضخم القياسي الذي أصاب اقتصاد البلاد، بسبب تراجع سعر الدولار، متوقعاً أن تعجز بعض الدول الخليجية عن الوفاء بمتطلبات توحيد العملة بحدود العام ٢٠١٠.
The Governor of Kuwait’s Central Bank, Prince Salim Abdul Aziz Al Sabah declined to comment on his country’s decision to stop pegging its currency, the dinar, to the dollar. Referring to its abandonment of the project of a single Gulf Currency, he stated that after the currency union the way would be clear to decide on the appropriate exchange policies.
Prince Sabah attributed his country’s decision concerning this monetary matter to record levels of inflation that have affected the economy owing to a fall in the value of the dollar. The move is expected to make it impossible for some Gulf countries to fulfill the requirements for a single monetary union set for around 2010.